Advances in Personal Relationships represents the culmination of years of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary work on personal relationships. Sponsored by the International Association for Relationship Research (IARR), the series offers readers cutting edge research and theory in the field. Contributing authors are internationally known scholars from a variety of disciplines, including social psychology, clinical psychology, communication, history, sociology, gerontology, and family studies. Volumes include integrative reviews, conceptual pieces, summaries of research programs, and major theoretical works.
General Editors: Christopher R. Agnew, Purdue University, Indiana; John P. Caughlin, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; C. Raymond Lee, University of Houston; Terri Orbuch, Oakland University, Michigan